Scholarships & Awards

YNCU is proud to invest in our future generation by supporting the education of post-secondary students who share our community values. Read more about the scholarships and awards we fund in our branch communities.
CU Succeed Youth Bursary

CU Succeed Youth Bursary

The CU Succeed Youth Bursary was established in 2016 by the Ontario Credit Union Foundation. YNCU supports the Ontario Credit Union Foundation which has awarded $286,000 to 191 students through the bursary program. The bursary is open to resident Ontario post-secondary students in need of financial assistance for academic, technological, or vocational training. The bursary will be awarded based primarily on two criteria –demonstrated financial need, and community involvement.

Learn more about the CU Succeed Youth Bursary criteria and application process.

> CU Succeed Youth Bursary
Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Northern Ontario School of Medicine

The Community First Good Neighbour Bursary was started to benefit a full-time student of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. The recipient must be a resident of a Northern, rural, or remote community for a minimum of 10 years and demonstrate community involvement and financial need. Preference is being given to a student selected according to the following descending order; from the Sault Ste. Marie area, from the District of Algoma, or from a Northern Ontario community.

Learn more about the NOSM Community First Good Neighbour Award criteria and application process.

> NOSM Community First Good Neighbour Award
Sault College, Business Program

Sault College, Business Program

The Community First Good Neighbour Award, valued at $1,000, will be provided to a first-year business student demonstrating scholastic achievement as well as demonstrated community involvement in the Algoma District.

Learn more about the Sault College Community First Good Neighbour Award criteria and application process.

> Sault College Community First Good Neighbour Award
University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo, Faculty of Arts

Your Neighbourhood Credit Union Award, valued at up to $1,000, will be provided annually to a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in Year Two, Three, or Four of any program in the Faculty of Arts. Selection will be based on academic excellence (minimum 75% cumulative average), as well as demonstrated community involvement in the Region of Waterloo. Interested students should submit an application by February 15. This fund is made possible by a donation from Your Neighbourhood Credit Union.

Learn more about the Your Neighbourhood Credit Union Award criteria and application process.

> Your Neighbourhood Credit Union Award
 

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